There still exist ancient tribes that are little influenced by western civilisation and still keep their ancient traditions. There still exist places where people take medicinal plants, eat from their own garden and honor Mother Earth.
There still exist places one can learn, can grow, can move and listen, surrounded by magnificent nature. →
Grow together and learn from each other
How can we integrate this wisdom in our daily live? And what can we learn form each other?
The Q’eros, a tribe that lives high in the Peruvian Andes, are selfsufficient and live according to ancient traditions. They are connected with each other, with Pachamama (Mother Earth) and the animals. The harmony they create by respecting nature and sharing together gives them power and happiness.
Due to new road, the Q'eros indians live less secluded from the modern world and are attracted to the material life in the cities.
This often results in poverty, sickness and loss of their identity. →
The willingness to love, to think from the heart and to be of service are a few of the principles from the Andes.
How can we keep these traditions? What can we learn them so that Ayni (reciprocity) can be maintained?